Britain was “wilfully blind” to atrocities committed by Robert Mugabe’s army in Zimbabwe in the early 1980s, according to research by Dr Hazel Cameron, lecturer in International Relations.
In a paper published in the The International History Review, she reveals how Britain stood by and engaged in a “conspiracy of silence” while thousands of innocent civilians were massacred in Matabeleland. [...
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The potential for conflict between the US and North Korea is rising by the day, says Dr Chris Ogden, Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Asian Security at the School of International Relations. [ Bit.ly Link ]
The potential for conflict between the US and North Korea is rising
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Indroneel Mukerji
"True naivety resides in the belief that any free society worth living in can be entirely free from all terrorist threat."
Dr Tim Wilson, Director of the Handa Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, on the latest terrorist attack in Paris. [ Bit.ly Link ]
True naivety resides in the belief that any free society worth living
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A researcher in dementia at the University of St Andrews is organising a fashion show with a difference tonight (Friday 21 April 2017).

Dr Maggie Ellis – whose research in the St Andrews School of Psychology & Neuroscience - examines the communicative abilities of people with dementia – will host the show using vintage clothes donated or loaned from local people, staff and students of the...
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Staff who have made significant contributions to teaching have been recognised at the Teaching Excellence Awards 2017. In two separate awards – University Teaching Awards nominated by Heads of Schools, and Students’ Association Teaching Awards nominated by students – outstanding teachers were acknowledged for their dedication in supporting students through their studies. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Staff who have made significant contributions to teaching have been recognised at
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Fish pool their experience to solve problems collectively, according to new research by the School of Biology, University of St Andrews.

There are lessons to be learned for human behaviour too, according to the findings published by Nature Ecology & Evolution this week.

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Fish pool their experience to solve problems collectively according to new research

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Congratulations to first year physics student Matthew Myers who was named the British Individual Stroke Play Champion and awarded the Order of Merit title at the British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) Tour Final, played at Prince’s Golf Club in Kent last week.

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Congratulations to first year physics student Matthew Myers who was named the

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Nathan Raynor
We're looking forward to welcoming some of our St Andrews family back for the St Andrews Alumni Festival weekend.

A packed calendar of sporting and social events are taking place to give our alumni the chance to relive their student days - highlights include the Rugby7s, Chapel Choir reunion and tea and cake in hall.
Were looking forward to welcoming some of our St Andrews family back

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Military actions that arise from bursts of anger and that punish bad guys might make Americans and others feel good in the short term, but they will not help Syria move toward a resolution of its long and bloody conflict, says Professor Anthony F Lang Jr, Head of School, School of International Relations. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Military actions that arise from bursts of anger and that punish bad
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The University of St Andrews is a key partner in a new £7.5m UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence announced today.

The new national research centre, which will launch in August, is a collaboration between nine UK universities and four non-HEI organisations.

Dr Kim McKee, Director of the University's Centre for Housing Research and Senior Lecturer in the School of Geography &...
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Sir Hew Strachan's BBC Radio 3 The Essay series "The Long Road to Peace" is broadcast this week and is now available on BBC iPlayer Radio [ Bit.ly Link ]
Sir Hew Strachans BBC Radio 3 The Essay series The Long Road
Scotland’s largest student-run arts festival has returned with a ten-day run (31 March 31 to 9 April) of 50 events at the University of St Andrews.

On The Rocks Festival, now in its 9th year, is an annual festival organised entirely by St Andrews students.

The programme this year covers a wide range of genres including comedy, musicals, art exhibitions, and community-wide events including an...
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On the Rocks kicks off

The largest student-run event of its kind in Scotland, On The Rocks Festival, launched today with 50 events taking place over the next 10 days. Visit their facebook page for more information or [ Ontherocksfestival.com Link ] for the full programme.

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On the Rocks kicks off The largest studentrun event of its kind
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Zoe Kessler
Joel Moore
Women who think that men are dangerous to their children prefer less masculine male faces, according to new research. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Women who think that men are dangerous to their children prefer less
A new gallery at the Museum of the University of St Andrews (MUSA) will explore what it means to live and learn in the Fife University town.

The newly opened ‘Living and Learning’ gallery examines the lives of St Andrews students throughout the University’s 600-year history.
A new gallery at the Museum of the University of St Andrews

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Karyn Hoffman
John Gilbert
Professor Stephen Gillespie from our School of Medicine spoke to STV News for #WorldTBDay, watch here [14m 8s in] #saintsresearch #mediasaints
Professor Stephen Gillespie from our School of Medicine spoke to STV News

STV News - Dundee - STV News at Six (Dundee & Tayside) – Thursday, March 23, 2017

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Images of 'Fire' for #worldpoetryday - a newly acquired work by Prof Robert Crawford and Caroline Saltzwedel. [ Ow.ly Link ]
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Newly-discovered peatlands must be protected to prevent climate change, say researchers at St Andrews.
Newlydiscovered peatlands must be protected to prevent climate change say researchers at

2017 | Newly-discovered peatlands must be protected to prevent climate change | University of St Andrews

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Fancy a trip back in time to pre-Reformation Edinburgh this weekend?

The lost townscape of sixteenth-century Edinburgh has been brought back to life by researchers at the University of St Andrews.

The new digital reconstruction is the first to be created of the period, and is based on a drawing from 1544, thought to be the earliest accurate depiction of the capital.

The virtual time travel...
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Anna Klein
Karla McDougall